Keeping Abreast Of Somatotropin
Growth Hormone (somatotropin) is a shock hormone when breasts don’t need growing.
For example, darkness increases estrogen and nitric oxide, in turn, releasing Growth Hormone.
Nitric oxide works wonders for a man’s penis, but it’s a free radical when set loose on the rest of the body.
Bovine Growth Hormone makes cows give milk.
Human Growth Hormone does the same for men, yet it’s assumed to provide massively-hard muscles and ripped abs with fewer wrinkles thrown in for good measure.
Growth Hormone grows breasts — on men as well as women.
That’s one reason bodybuilders grow “bitch tits,” the ruder and cruder name for gynecomastia.
Back in the 1980s, while managing health foods stores, I might have disagreed with fitness trainers and powerlifters like Curtis Schultz, who wrote …
“Stay on an eating schedule and try to never deviate from it. Why so strict? Again, as stated about taking large amounts of protein and eating in the middle of the night some so-called experts will tell you not to do those things, and I say, yeah that’s why you’re small. During sleep, your body is essentially starving and cannibalizing muscle. So feed it, have some protein.”
Nowadays, I’m “on board” with significant and timely qualifications.
Sweet fruits are protein-sparing. Little protein is necessary when glucose is provided.
The Grape Cure for cancer is technically not a fast.
Most people easily tolerate a five-to-eight-hour fast without food or water, depending on thyroid and liver health.
An ideal Fasting Time is from 11:00 p.m.-7:00 a.m. (Gall Bladder, Liver, and Lung times).
One sure-fire way to up-regulate Growth Hormone is via congestive heart failure.
I.S. Anand et al. (“Edema of cardiac origin. Studies of body water and sodium, renal function, hemodynamic indexes, and plasma hormones in untreated congestive cardiac failure,” Circulation, Aug. 1989) wrote …
“Total body water content was 16% above control, extracellular liquid was 33% above control, plasma volume was 34% above control, total exchangeable sodium was 37% above control, renal plasma flow was 29% of control, and glomerular filtration rate was 65% of control. Plasma norepinephrine was consistently increased (on average 6.3 times control), whereas adrenaline was unaffected. Although plasma renin activity and aldosterone varied widely, they were on average above normal (renin 9.5 times control, aldosterone 6.4 times control). Plasma atrial natriuretic peptide (14.3 times control) and growth hormone (11.5 times control) were consistently increased. Cortisol was also increased on average (1.7 times control).”